Artist Profile: Blake Kathryn

Blake Kathryn crafts mesmerizing dream like experiences through the use of perceptual distortion and surrealism. Her vivid representations of a futuristic utopia where nature and technology exist in symbiosis evoke a longing for a world we’ll never know.

All of the artwork we’re going to cover here features audio and moving elements, you’ll need to click through the images in this article to SuperRare in order to fully appreciate these dreamlike experiences.


Those who wander to stay lost ✧ 1080×1350 ✧ 2018, remastered in 2020 ✧ 1/1 Single Edition

A common feeling during dreams is when you move further away from, or closer to something as you travel at a constant speed. Digital art collectors should pay special attention to pคthຟคฯ as it not only hits the dreamlike perceptual distortion nail right on the head, but minted on October 15th, 2020, it’s Blake Kathryn’s first tokenized digital artwork.


Those who wait to wander ✧ 1/3 of the Vertigo series ✧ 1280×1600 ✧ 2020

𝓟𝓪𝓼𝓼𝓪𝓰𝓮, which was minted on November 30th, 2020, takes you aboard a luxurious spacecraft adorned with dancing flowers while it gently moves through pink clouds with a dreamlike surrealism.


A reflection of time passed within familiar walls ✧ Score by Mariode ✧ 1080×1350

Traditionally as seasons turn we only see dramatic changes to the outdoors. However, in this hyper-real dream, Seasons, which was minted on December 12th, 2020 features a unique indoor symbiosis between nature and technology experienced by a wild array of trees, flowers and even fireflies changing with the seasons.

Seven Sirens: Clay Edt.

Character focus from Seven Sirens, a short film exploring the familial bond between, and allure of, the seven deadly sins ✧ Clay Edition ✧ Score by Mariode ✧ 1500×1500 ✧ Full short film at

For digital art collectors focusing on rarity, it’s impossible to not make a big deal about Blake Kathryn’s second token minted on SuperRare only 4 days after the first one(pคthຟคฯ.) Seven Sirens: Clay Edt. was minted on October 19th, 2020, and features characters from the mesmorizing video Seven Sirens which you can watch on Blake Kathryn’s Youtube channel.

While the Seven Sirens video itself was posted in April 2020, this is the very first tokenized mention of the characters, and being as how they are uncolored (a colorized version was minted some weeks later) it gives us a rare glimpse into the possible creation of the video.

To keep up with Blake Kathryn’s latest works you can follow her on Twitter, Youtube, Instagram or visit her website at